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A Reddit user by the name of IronMadden has posted a screenshot showing that Vblank is delaying Retro City Rampage DX: Collector’s Edition. Emails from Vblank have been sent out about the physical versions of Retro City Rampage DX saying that the Standard Editions of the game are ready to ship tomorrow, but the Collector’s Editions are being delayed for at least a week. As an apology for the delay there will be four alternate covers included with the Collector’s Edition of the game as a bonus.

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The Switch itself received a major update today, but it wasn’t the only thing on the console to be patched. Mario Kart 8 Deluxe has also been updated and is now at version 1.3.0.

Today’s update enables video capture compatibility and makes other adjustments, such as Blue Shells no longer hitting the second place player when the first place player hasn’t yet crossed the finish line. We’ve included the full patch notes below.

A major system update is now available for Switch. Nintendo just issued version 4.0.0.

Among what was added today, Switch users can capture video for “select games”. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, ARMS, and Splatoon 2 are currently supported. It’s also only possible to capture up to 30 seconds of gameplay.

Warner Bros. may never say it officially, but LEGO Dimensions looks to be done. What’s naturally apparent with the title as well as what developer TT Games recently said internally suggests that it will not be receiving any new content. In other words, plans for LEGO Dimensions’ third year have been scrapped.

We all know about the fate of other games like Disney Infinity and Skylanders. Eurogamer points out various issues such as how there was little room for profit, a slowdown of sales, and the huge workload required from TT Games.

The latest Japanese hardware sales from Media Create are as follows:

Switch – 40,803
PS4 – 16,933
New 2DS LL – 10,569
New 3DS LL – 8,369
PS4 Pro – 5,773
Vita – 3,938
2DS – 1,565
New 3DS – 242
Xbox One – 71
PS3 – 65
Wii U – 58

For comparison’s sake, here are the hardware numbers from last week:

Switch – 38,204
PS4 – 16,680
New 2DS LL – 12,658
New 3DS LL – 8,534
PS4 Pro – 5,869
Vita – 3,545
2DS – 1,594
New 3DS – 265
Xbox One – 186
PS3 – 72
Wii U – 45

And here are the software charts:

Capcom has announced a release date for the 3DS version of Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney.

In North America, the game is slated for November 21. The European release will take place on November 23.

We have a new trailer for Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney on 3DS below.

Update 2: The Spring Man-esque character will intrude in Grand Prix if you are fighting through with good results in higher than level 4 difficulty. Here are some screenshots:


Update: Full patch notes added below. Along with badges and recent replays, Nintendo also says that there is “an interloper who has been disrupting the Grand Prix, going after our fiercest competitors.” Issues fixed, and adjustments made to fighters and ARMS as well.


Original: ARMS’ latest update has gone live. Nintendo has started distribution of version 3.2.0 around the world.

We don’t have the full patch notes just yet, but this update should be fairly substantial. Badges have been added as well as a replay list. Nintendo also previously teased some sort of character who looks a lot like Spring Man.

Stay tuned for further details.

Nintendo just put out a new Mario Party: The Top 100 trailer highlighting the different game modes and amiibo support. See the video below.

It’s been a rather murky road when it comes to Fire Emblem Warriors and dual audio. We’ve never been able to get a clear cut answer straight from Nintendo about the situation – until today that is.

The North American launch trailer for Fire Emblem Warriors reveals that Nintendo will be putting out a free downloadable Japanese voice-pack at launch. This tells us that you should be able to play the game with Japanese voices if you’d like. So the choice is there – play with the dubbed, English cast or the Japanese voices.

This week’s issue of Famitsu has an interview pertaining to Pokemon Ultra Sun and Pokemon Ultra Moon. Producer Shigeru Ohmori and director Kazumasa Iwao talked about the games during a chat with the magazine.

Among what’s covered is the tease of a postgame episode and the ability to visit a world with Legendary Poekmon. We also hear about other tidbits such as how Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon should about double the current story volume for the Sun & Moon generation.

Continue on below for the full details, courtesy of Siliconera.

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